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the only issue. >> i thought it with us unattractive, i thought it was rude and i have a feeling it will come across to an awful lot of people as rude. he looked like a cranky old man, to some extent debating a polite young man. >> we leelk at how abc's martha raddatz handle hersd and we'll talk with the moderator of this quadriplegic's presidential debate, candy crowley. >>> mitt romney changed his feeling and people are wondering if he's moving to the middle. >>> author buzz bissinger is voting for obama. he'll be here. plus how did the presidential campaign come to fixate on this towering figure? >> i feel like i'm famous now. i was walking down the street and i felt like everybody recognized me. >> says mem street and elmo and cookie monster fight back. i'm howard kurtz and this is "reliable sources." there were heated clashes over the issues and joe biden and paul ryan squared off in kentucky but by a strange coy ens dense that was not the focus of much of the media. instead it was the mirkt and mockery by the vice president of the united states. >> when we look weak, our ad
for next week chld stay tuned for "reliable sources." >>> it used to be the debates were about the candidates. these days they increasingly seem to be about the moderators. jim lehrer, and candy crowley. >> we're sort of way off topic here, governor romney. we're completely offer >> we were talking about immigration. >> quickly, mr. president, if i could have you sit down. governor romney, thank you. >> is the criticism of her role in this debate fair or partisan? we'll examine that face-off between barack obama and mitt romney. our journal is still far more fixated on the theatrics of the bee baits and on funny little moments like this one. >> it's phrase that won't die. >> binders full of women. >> binders full of women. >> biernds full of women is something you find in a killer's basement at the end of a "law & order: svu." >>> plus "newsweek" is ending its run. tina brown on moving into the digital world. i'm howard kurtz, and this is "rely" "reliable sources." >>> moderate as presidential debate as we have seen this fall means putting yourself in the cross fire and that's
too much time on what i've come to call the clown campaign? joining us in washington, michael shearer, political reporter for "the new york times." lauren ashburn, editor-in-chief of dailydownload.com, where i'm also a contributor. and craig crawford who blogs about politics at craigcrawford.com and is the author of "the politics of life." michael shearer, i know there are good reporters at cnn and elsewhere, but is sounds like a lot of so-called clowns have hijacked much of the media coverage. why is that? >> i think for many of the reasons that they've been doing it for the past couple of years is that it -- you know, it gives them a platform that they wouldn't otherwise have if they didn't say outrageous things. >> the reason we're giving them platform is? >> well, i mean, i -- you know, i think in part it's because we are -- we have sort of descended to the bottom, you know, we're bottom feeding as a media. but i would argue, howie, that these things are having less impact today than they had six months ago or a year because they -- i think they have having trouble breaking throug
, appearing angry, even appeared disgusted with his performance and especially chris mass use. >> i don't know what he was doing. he had his head down enduring it rather than fighting it. where was obama tonight. he e should watch -- not just hardball but you and lawrence. he should learn something about this debate. there's a hot debate. you know where it's being held? here, this debate. we have our knives out. we go after the people and the facts. what was he doing tonight? >> mitt romney won the debate, no question about it. but are the pundits casting obama as a horbling, no good, very bad night and are they -- joining us here now in washington, julie mason, host of the press pool on serious xf radio. terrance smith and david rucker. terry smith let's say he lost the debate. the media have made it sound like the biggest fiasco in debating. is that a bit over the top? >> of course, it's over the top. it's not a disaster. it with as flat night, not a good night obviously for the president. but i have to say news organizations and particularly my good friend chris matthews go into a meltdown
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